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Introduction to Ethical Hacking
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This course revolves around thoroughly teaching the five phases of ethical hacking including gaining access, maintaining access, reconnaissance, track covering, and enumeration. Learning how to improve security of your systems by hacking into them each time is what we teach extensively in this course.
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It was an okay learning experienceThere wasn't much information that had been relayed and the instructor was a little monotone.